Monthly Archives: March 2011

A call for dialogue

Who are all of you? Geographers, linguists, psychologists, journalists, writers, actors, historians, fundraisers, public policy experts, teachers, archeologists, sound designers, poets, organizers, musicians, researchers, mathematicians, economists, green experts, cultural studies experts, biologists, med students, philosophers, law students and lawyers, architects, engineers, political scientists, sports and fitness experts, ex-Marines, health psychologists, artists, environmental interpreters, counselors, immigration
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Don’t waste our blood

This is as good of a topic as any to start a discussion, and it actually points to part of the purpose of this (hopefully) collaborative blog.  Last weekend I came across a group of queer students at NYU that were protesting a blood donation bus.  The protestors were loud, and were stopping people asking
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